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#1 jetsrule128

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:09 PM

1
Jones, Jermaine
WR
6-4
195
22
R
St. Augustine
Wilmington, NC
Tryout


3
Boyd, Tajh
QB
6-1
222
23
R
Clemson
Hampton, VA
D6d-14

5
Cantele, Anthony
K
5-10
183
24
1
Kansas State
Wichita, KS
Tryout

6
Saunders, Brian
P
6-0
198
26
1
Virginia Tech
Roseland, VA
Tryout

7
Tuinei, Lavasier
WR
6-4
220
23
1
Oregon
Arcadia, IN
Tryout

8
Hornsey, Tom
P
6-3
210
25
R
Memphis
Geelong, Australia
Tryout

9
Palardy, Michael
K/P
5-11
185
21
R
Tennessee
Coral Springs, FL
Tryout

14
Jones, Dwight
WR
6-3
230
25
1
North Carolina
Burlington, NC
FA-13

15
Whitley, E.J.
CB
5-9
180
30
1
Abilene Christian
Del Valle, TX
Tryout

16
Saunders, Jalen
WR
5-9
165
21
R
Oklahoma
Elk Grove, CA
D4a-14

17
Bennett, DeMario
WR
6-2
190
24
R
Coastal Carolina
Douglas, GA
Tryout

18
Coleman, B.J.
QB
6-5
220
25
1
Tennessee-Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN
Tryout

19
Willie, Mike
WR
6-2
220
23
1
Arizona State
Compton, CA
Tryout

21
Olatunji, Ademola
CB
6-4
195
22
R
Howard
Riverdale, MD
Tryout


22
Harper, D.J.
RB
5-9
211
24
1
Boise State
Houston, TX
Tryout

23
Taylor, Nick
CB
5-9
186
26
2
Florida International
Hollywood, FL
Tryout

24
Truss, Fabian
RB
5-9
185
21
R
Samford
Birmingham, AL
Tryout


29
Brandon, Tevrin
CB
5-10
180
23
R
Monmouth
Bethlehem, PA
Tryout

30
Jackson, Keidrick
RB
5-9
210
23
R
Midwestern State
Arlington, TX
Tryout


33
Longdon, Winston
DB
5-10
200
22
R
Stony Brook
Brooklyn, NY
Tryout

34
Thompson, Christian
S
6-0
211
23
2
South Carolina State
North Lauderdale, FL
Tryout

35
Pryor, Calvin
S
5-11
207
21
R
Louisville
Port St. Joe, FL
D1-14

36
Rose, Lowell
CB
6-1
192
24
1
Tulsa
Los Angeles, CA
FA-13


38G
Black, Ahmad
S
5-9
184
24
4
Florida
Lakeland, FL
Tryout

38W
Albritton, Scott
LS
6-3
234
26
1
Colorado State
San Diego, CA
Tryout

40
Poston, Chris
S
6-1
195
24
R
Emporia State
Oklahoma City, OK
Tryout

41
Reeves, Jeremy
DB
5-7
176
24
1
Iowa State
Allen, TX
FA-14

42
Dixon, Brandon
CB
5-11
203
24
R
NW Missouri State
Pompano Beach, FL
D6a-14

43
McDougle, Dexter
CB
5-10
195
23
R
Maryland
Falmouth, VA
D3-14

44
Clancy, Nick
LB
6-3
232
24
1
Boston College
Plainfield, IL
Tryout

45G
Miles, Rontez
S
6-0
203
25
1
California (PA)
Braddock, PA
FA-13

45W
Stelter, Kyle
LS
6-2
240
25
1
Wisconsin-River Falls
Osceola, WI
Tryout

46
Gentry, Zach
LB
6-1
233
23
R
North Carolina State
Raleigh, NC
Tryout

47G
DiMarco, Nick
LB
6-3
240
22
R
William Penn
St. Charles, MO
Tryout

47W
Young, Chad
FB
5-10
240
22
R
San Diego State
La Verne, CA
FA-14

48G
Divitto, Steele
LB
6-2
237
22
R
Boston College
Ridgefield, CT
FA-14

48W
Miller, Terrence
TE
6-4
234
22
R
Arizona
Moreno Valley, CA
FA-14

49
Reilly, Trevor
LB
6-5
245
26
R
Utah
Valley Center, CA
D7-14


51
Enemkpali, Ikemefuna
LB
6-1
261
22
R
Louisiana Tech
Pflugerville, TX
D6c-14

53
George, Jeremiah
LB
5-11
234
22
R
Iowa State
Clearwater, FL
D5-14

57
Cato-Bishop, Darryl
LB
6-3
266
24
R
North Carolina State
Roxbury, MA
Tryout


58
Edds, A.J.
LB
6-4
256
26
4
Iowa
Marion, IN
Tryout

59G
Richardson, Shaun
LB
6-3
260
28
1
Tennessee State
St. Louis, MO
Tryout

59W
Bice, Adam
OL
6-4
284
24
1
Akron
Dresden, OH
Tryout

61
Ford, Patrick
OL
6-6
305
24
1
Eastern Kentucky
Richmond, KY
FA-13

62G
Hyder, Kerry
DL
6-2
280
23
R
Texas Tech
Austin, TX
FA-14

62W
Bujnoch, Austen
OL
6-5
290
22
R
Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
Tryout

63
Freeman, Dalton
C
6-5
291
23
1
Clemson
Pelion, SC
FA-13

64G
Grady, Anthony
DE
6-7
289
23
R
Missouri State
Texarkana, AR
FA-14

64W
Dominguez, Ray
OL
6-4
334
25
2
Arkansas
Bainbridge, GA
Tryout


67
Savoie, Alec
OL
6-7
309
24
1
McNeese State
Lafayette, LA
Tryout

70
Dozier, Dakota
OL
6-4
313
23
R
Furman
West Columbia, SC
D4c-14

72
Chappelear, Travis
DL
6-5
263
25
2
NW Missouri State
Urbana, MO
Tryout

75
Towns, Jeremy
DL
6-4
290
25
R
Samford
Dolomite, AL
Tryout

76
Morris, Davin
OL
6-6
310
24
1
Howard
Houston, TX
Tryout

77G
Thompson, Zach
DL
6-5
265
23
R
Wake Forest
Ashburn, VA
FA-14

77W
Gabriel, Gasten
OL
6-5
310
23
R
SE Louisiana
Jackson, LA
Tryout

78
Zusevics, Markus
OL
6-5
300
25
1
Iowa
Arlington Heights, IL
Tryout

79
Qvale, Brent
T
6-7
315
23
R
Nebraska
Williston, ND
FA-14

81
Evans, Shaq
WR
6-1
213
23
R
UCLA
Inglewood, CA
D4b-14

82
Enunwa, Quincy
WR
6-2
225
21
R
Nebraska
Moreno Valley, CA
D6b-14

88
Amaro, Jace
TE
6-5
265
21
R
Texas Tech
San Antonio, TX
D2-14

89
Anderson, Colin
TE
6-4
240
24
1
Furman
Dallas, TX
FA-13

92
Finau, Tevita
DT
6-5
288
28
1
Utah
Lahaina, HI
FA-12

99
Barnes, T.J.
NT
6-7
364
23
1
Georgia Tech
Enterprise, AL
FA-13



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#2 SayNoToDMC

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:15 PM

I like the format
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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:28 PM

Jets Rookie Minicamp Under Way

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2012-randy-lange-headshot-thumb-60x60.pnRandy LangeEditor-in-Chief, newyorkjets.com@rlangejets Blog: Randy's Radar

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65 Camp Attendees Include Draft Choices, Free Agents and 37 Tryout Players

 

The Jets have opened their three-day rookie minicamp at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center this morning.

Sixty-five players are expected to participate at the minicamp. The list includes our 12 selections from last week's NFL Draft, seven undrafted free agent signings after the draft, nine free agents previously signed since the end of last season, and 37 unsigned players invited to the minicamp as tryouts.

The quarterbacks for the minicamp are sixth-round draft pick Tajh Boyd from Clemson and first-year tryout B.J. Coleman from Tennessee-Chattanooga.

UNSIGNED TRYOUTS FOR JETS ROOKIE MINICAMP Player Pos  Ht   Wt   Exp  College Albritton, Scott LS 6'3" 234 1 Colorado State Bennett, DeMario WR 6'2" 190 R Coastal Carolina Bice, Adam OL 6'4" 284 1 Akron Black, Ahmad S 5'9" 184 4 Florida Brandon, Tevrin CB 5'10" 180 R Monmouth Bujnoch, Austen OL 6'5" 290 R Cincinnati Cantele, Anthony K 5'10" 183 1 Kansas State Cato-Bishop, Darryl LB 6'3" 266 R North Carolina State Chappelear, Travis DL 6'5" 263 2 NW Missouri State Clancy, Nick LB 6'3" 232 1 Boston College Coleman, B.J. QB 6'5" 220 1 TN-Chattanooga DiMarco, Nick LB 6'3" 240 R William Penn Dominguez, Ray OL 6'4" 334 2 Arkansas Edds, A..J. LB 6'4" 256 4 Iowa Gabriel, Gasten OL 6'5" 310 R SE Louisiana Gentry, Zach LB 6'1" 233 R North Carolina State Harper, D.J. RB 5'9" 211 1 Boise State Hornsey, Tom P 6'3" 210 R Memphis Jackson, Keidrick RB 5'9" 210 R Midwestern State Jones, Jermaine WR 6'4" 195 R St. Augustine Longdon, Winston DB 5'10" 200 R Stony Brook Morris, Davin OL 6'6" 310 1 Howard Olatunji, Ademola CB 6'4" 195 R Howard Palardy, Michael K/P 5'11" 185 R Tennessee Poston, Chris S 6'1" 195 R Emporia State Richardson, Shaun LB 6'3" 260 1 Tennessee State Saunders, Brian P 6'0" 198 1 Virginia Tech Savoie, Alec OL 6'7" 309 1 McNeese State Stelter, Kyle LS 6'2" 240 1 WI-River Falls Taylor, Nick CB 5'9" 186 2 Florida International Thompson, Christian S 6'0" 211 2 South Carolina State Towns, Jeremy DL 6'4" 290 R Samford Truss, Fabian RB 5'9" 185 R Samford Tuinei, Lavasier WR 6'4" 220 1 Oregon Whitley,E.J. CB 5'9" 180 1 Abilene Christian Willie, Mike WR 6'2" 220 1 Arizona State Zusevics, Markus OL 6'5" 300 1 Iowa

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:41 PM

Seems like a whole lot of tryout WR when they have so many on roster.  I am waiting to see TJ Barnes.  Interesting developmental player.  He is HUGE, but I don't remember him from camp last year.  Looks pretty well proportioned for 360.  Interesting they have Colin Anderson at TE.  He stood out in some of the Dozier highlights.


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Posted 16 May 2014 - 03:47 PM

Formatting of this is terrible.  Can we elect a new captain already?


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Posted 16 May 2014 - 05:00 PM

This link has the tryout players listed in a format you can read.  One of JiF's boys Ahmad Black is a tryout.  5th round pick of the Bucs.  Spent some time active and got cut mid-season 2012.  Right after he got busted for weed and hasn't been in the league since.  Slow and small.

 

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Posted 16 May 2014 - 08:32 PM

some facts about the 65 players

In football, Jones used his blazing speed to outrun defenders and get behind the defense for receptions. During his four-year career, Jones caught 86 passes for 1,154 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also returned 48 kickoffs for 975 yards and one touchdown. As a sophomore, Jones led the Falcons with 13 total tackles on special teams.


Boyd finished his career with school records for passing yards with 11,904 and passing touchdowns with 107.

Cantele was 37-48 in FGA At Kansas State

Over three seasons at Oregon, Tuinei caught 108 passes for 1,212 yards with 12 touchdowns.

Hornsey, Tom Four-year starting punter who averaged 43.15 yards over his playing career.

Palardy, Michael 117 punts 42.9 average 23-33 FGA

Jones was a highly productive receiver at North Carolina, catching a combined total of 147 passes for 2142 yards and 16 TDs over his final two years in college and earning 2nd team All ACC honors his senior year.

Bennett, DeMario In just two seasons at Coastal, his 763 receiving yards ranks eighth on the school's career list while his 57 receptions rank ninth ... His nine career touchdown receptions ranks fifth on the CCU all-time list

Coleman, B.J. used to be on the packers

Mike Willie-In his two seasons at Arizona State, he had 72 receptions, 897 receiving yards and 9 receiving touchdowns

Olatunji is a 6’4 cornerback who logged 3 interceptions for the Bison last year

Harper, who played parts of the past six seasons for the Broncos while enduring two serious knee injuries, was not drafted despite attending the NFL Scouting Combine in February. He started last season, rushing for 1,137 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Taylor -never played college football was a basketball player at FIU

As a senior in 2013, Truss led the SoCon and ranked third in the nation in all-purpose yards per game at 183.8 yards per contest. He ranked second nationally in kickoff return average at 32.1 yards per return. Despite missing the final two games of the season with an injury, Truss rushed for 877 yards and eight touchdowns.

For his career, Truss will leave Samford as the program's all-time leader in all-purpose yards with 6,640 total yards. He also ranks third in school history in rushing yards with 3,088 rushing yards in his Samford career

Brandon, Tevrin Started all 12 at cornerback and returned kickoffs for the Hawks... The UConn transfer had 15 passes defended, including three interceptions... His 12 pass breakups was the fourth most among FCS players. A physical player, Brandon was second on the team in solo tackles with 43 and fourth in overall tackles with 51 stops... He also blocked a pair of kicks and had a fumble recovery in his only season with the Hawks.


Jackson holds the school record in scoring with 61 rushing touchdowns and one receiving. He also holds records for rushing attempts at 626 and rushing yards at 4004.

Longdon- Started nine games before suffering a season-ending injury ... 52 tackles ... recorded one interception and had a team-leading six pass breakups

Thompson-drafted by the ravens in the 4th round of the 2012 draft

Rose (6'0" 194) is a versatile DB who started his college career at UCLA and finished at Tulsa. He was originally signed by San Francisco as an undrafted free agent last year, then released, re-signed, and released again by the 49ers twice that summer.

Rose played safety at Tulsa but the Niners worked him at CB. He has 4.55 speed and turned in a 39.5" vertical jump and a 10'10" broad jump at his pro day. In his Tulsa bio from before his 2012 senior season

Black was drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.[3] He was cut on September 3, 2011, re-signed to the Buccaneers' practice squad two days later, and later activated to the active roster. As a rookie, he appeared in four games during the 2011 regular season, with five tackles and a recovered fumble
Albritton, Scott
2010 (Senior): CSU's all-important long-snapper for punts and placements, had played in the first five games of 2010 and 30 straight until sustaining a knee injury while covering a punt in Week 5 vs. No. 5 TCU (Oct. 2)...Until that point, had handled snaps for all 232 punts, field goals and PATs since the beginning of the 2008 season, without an obvious errant snap...Earned academic all-conference following the season...Mentioned as an NFL prospect on longsnap.com.

2009 (Junior): CSU's all-important long snapper for punts and placements, played in all 12 contests...Had three tackles (two solo) on special teams...A versatile athlete, won the team's fall bowling competition, and also occasionally handled the Rams' onside kicking duties...In win at Colorado (Sept. 6), sprinted down the field on CSU's first punt to combine with DeAngelo Wilkinson on a coverage stop, holding Jason Espinoza to a 2-yard return...Booted an onsides kick late in the loss at BYU (Sept. 26)...Earned academic all-conference following the season.

2008 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, including the New Mexico Bowl (Dec. 20), as the Rams' long snapper for punts and placements...Made three tackles (all assists) on the CSU punt coverage unit.

Junior College: Called by nationally renowned consultant Chris Rubio the No. 7 long snapper among Class of 2008 recruits...Opted to use his redshirt year in 2007, and did not play...Sustained ligament damage in his finger prior to his 2006 freshman season and missed the first five games, then played exclusively as the Vaqueros' deep snapper over the balance of that year...Head coach was Reggie Bolton...In May, attended the Chris Sailer Kicking and Snapping Camp in Las Vegas...Enrolled at CSU in time for 2008 spring practice...Also drew interest from Baylor, Idaho State, UTEP, Portland State and UNLV.

Chris Poston was named first-team All-MIAA despite four games with a broken thumb. He had four interceptions in seven games and added 38 tackles on the season. Undersized out of high school Poston emerged as one of the top small school players in the nation.

Reeves (5'7", 170) was signed shortly after he had a strong showing at Iowa State's pro day on Tuesday with a 4.29-second 40, a 43" vertical leap and an 11'6" broad jump.

Reeves played three seasons for Iowa State, from 2010-12. In that span he played in 38 games for the Cyclones with 26 starts. He had 202 totals tackles, five interceptions, and scored three touchdowns —a 91-yard INT return in 2010, a 31-yard INT return in ISU's 2012 AutoZone Liberty Bowl game against Tuas, and a 42-yard onside-kickoff return the game after his INT-return TD in '10.

He sat out last season rehabbing following reported pectoral surgery in March 2013.

Clancy, 6-3, 232 pounds, played in 42 games and collared 187 tackles (109 solo) with 12 passes defensed and seven tackles for loss at Boston College. He led the ACC and ranked fourth in the nation with 145 tackles as a senior in 2012

Gentry- Tied as the team leader in special teams tackles - he also led the team in 2011

DiMarco, Nick same college as Snacks

Cato-Bishop was limited to nine games due to injury, and finished with 24 tackles including 4.5 tackles for loss

Edds, A.J. drafted in the 4th round of the 2010 draft

Richardson, Shaun has played in the CFL

Bice, Adam CENTER signed as a UDFA by arizona last year

Ford is a 6'6", 316-pounder who played his college ball at Eastern Kentucky. Jets fans may recognize Ford's name. He was with us at SUNY Cortland for two weeks last year before he was released. In November he was signed by the Patriots to their practice squad for a week before he was released.

Ford played RG as a sophomore and LT his last two years for the EKU Colonels and as a senior was described by the college as "a true bruiser on the line." At his pro day last year he put up 35 reps on the 225-pound benchpress.

Bujnoch, Austen Guard

Freeman, Dalton Center

Dominguez, Ray has been on the Cowboys and Packers

Savoie, Alec T has been on the falcons

Chappelear, Travis has been on the Cowboys

Towns had his best season as a senior. He started all 13 games, finishing with 54 tackles, including 36 solo stops. Towns had 6.0 tackles for a loss, including 2.5 sacks. He also had one forced fumble and one quarterback hurry in 2013.

Despite battling injuries throughout his career, Towns finished with 105 tackles, 62 solo. He also had 6.5 sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss in his Samford career.

Morris, Davin T

Gabriel, a Jackson, La. native, earned All-Southland Conference honors for the third straight season in 2013. A first team all-league choice, Gabriel was the standout on an offensive line that cleared the way for an explosive SLU offense that averaged 38.4 points and 483.3 yards per contest.

Zusevics, Markus used to be on the patriots

Anderson is a 6-4, 240 pounder that the Jets first worked out in October. He was undrafted out of Furman and caught two passes for the Vikings in preseason

Finau, Tevita on the jets practice squad last year

Barnes, T.J. on the jets practice squad last year

Saunders, Brian UDFA for the Jaguars last year released before a preseason game

Stelter, Kyle has played in the UFL


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Posted 16 May 2014 - 08:36 PM

Any info on their blood type?
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Posted 16 May 2014 - 08:42 PM

I have to check 128's contract.  I think he is getting paid by the letter.


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Posted 17 May 2014 - 08:04 AM

Freeman, Dalton Center

 

wasn't he on the roster last year ?


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#11 jetsrule128

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Posted 17 May 2014 - 10:57 AM

Dalton freeman yes on the practice squad last year.
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Posted 17 May 2014 - 11:01 AM

If nothing else there are some really kickass names on this list. Steele? I mean how can you not root for a dude named Mike Willie?
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Posted 18 May 2014 - 12:30 PM

According to twitter stelter not signed.
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